QPR fought back to secure a 2-2 draw against west London rivals Millwall at a rainy Loftus Road.
The night got off to the worst possible start when Conor McLaughlin scored a stunning opener on the volley to give the Lions the lead.
The Hoops struggled to get a hold of the game for long spells, but went close in the first half through efforts by Massimo Luongo and Luke Freeman.
QPR got a stroke of fortune when Millwall striker Lee Gregory was sent off for a late challenge on Josh Scowen before the break, and it appeared that the pendulum might swing in the Hoops’ favour.
Sadly Jed Wallace had other ideas as he slammed the visitors into a two-goal lead shortly into the second half.
Luongo and Freeman looked the most likely to make something happen, while the introduction of Matt Smith gave Millwall something to think about also, but to no avail.
That was until Massimo Luongo slammed the ball home from 15 yards to give the Hoops a way back into the game on 73 minutes, opening the doors to a potential comeback.
After peppering the Millwall goal with a number of chances, QPR finally drew level when Matt Smith smothered home an equaliser around five minutes from time.
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